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The SENIOR CLASS
Fort Wayne 6, Indiana
Gordon Neuenschwander, Editor
Billy Evans, Business Manager
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H o the Christian ideals and doctrines upon which our
Bible Institute is founded — to these ideals which have afforded
training and inspiration throughout the past months to those
who are "Conquering through Christ", the Staff, appreciatively,
dedicates this — The Light Tower of 1949.
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Sctfara A. Wiimer, A.B., M.A.
-uL he first phase oPyour lives is now complete —
that of being served. From the day of birth until gra-
duation you have been served by others. We who
have served you during your Bible Institute days
have only helped to consummate the growth and de-
velopment begun in childhood by mothers and
fathers. With graduation you cross the threshold to
life's goal of service. From now on your lives are to
be poured out for others. And in the words of Him
who came to serve us all, "Whosoever will be great
among you, shall be your minister." — Pres. S. A.
Jared F. Geng, Th.B., A.B., M.A.
Bible, Practical Theology
Senior Class Advisor
e are more than conquerors through Him that
loved us. There is a "more than conqueror" life. It
is a present tense life for "we are" more than conquer-
ors. It is life springing from a person. It is through
Him, the Lord Jesus Christ. There is a passion behind
it for it is through Him that loved us. That love nailed
Him to a cross where He wrought out man's redemp-
tion and made possible the life of victory. There is no
other way. Let us go on "Conquering through Christ."
— Dean J. F. Gerig.
Harvey L. Mitchell, A.B.
Bible, Philosophy, Sciences
School of Extension Study
Mrs. lone Fitch
Dean of Women
Bertha Leitner, A.B., M.A. Mrs. E. Irene Smith, A.B.
Christian Education, Languages. History
Edith Ehlke, A.B.
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Violet Munter, A.B.
Benjamin F. Leightner
Bible, Biblical Theology,
Elmer T. Neuenschwander
O. Carl Brown,
A.B., S.T.B., M.A.
Christian Service Director
C. Adolph Gerber
Musical Theory, Voice,
Ira Gerig, B. M.
Mrs. Dorothy Sollenberger. Mrs. Marguerite S. !
B. S. A. B.
Piano, Harmony Piano ,
Secretary to the President
Francis de Caussin
of Buildings and Grounds
Oliver E. Steiner,
3., B.Sc.Ed., M.Mus.
)ice, Brass, Theory,
Librarian, Public Speaking
Mrs. Roma Clark
Mrs. Rose Lantiss
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Mrs. Donna Allen
Secretary to Dean
Peter L. Eicher
to Business Manager
Dining Room Hostess
Secretary to Registrar
Secretary in Founders
Mrs. Ann Applegale
Bachelor of Sacred Music
Bachelor of Bible
Mrs. Lois Dickinson
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Bachelor of Sacred Music
FIRST ROW: Paul Amstutz, Jean Andrews, Mrs. Ar-
lene Arnold, Venus Arnold, Gordon Aupperle.
SECOND ROW: Norman Bachand, Mrs. Dorothy Bea-
son Yoder, Virgil Bixler, Betty Blosser, Albert
THIRD ROW: LeRoy Caddy, Clark Card, Marjorie
Cook, David Craig, Barbara Dalley.
FOURTH ROW: Eloise Dawson, Julia Erdel, Thomas
Florence, Jane Ford, Darrell Gerig.
FIFTH ROW: Gerald Gerig, Alice Glasgow, Bill Harle,
William Harrigan, Mrs. Ruth Harrigan.
Mary Ardis Harris, Bruce Harris, Norene Hart, Evelyn
Hassee, Henry Hewitt,. Pearl Hoffman.
JoAnn Houser, Joe Jenkins, James Johnson, Helen
Kapsalis, Charles Kauffman, Rachel Kemmerer, Clar-
ence Kirchner, Carolyn Klopfenstein, Genevieve Kooy,
Dorcas Lehman, Eunice Lehman, Eleanor Lyon.
Peggy McClure, Marolyn Martz, Verna Miller, Fred
Millikan, Edythe Molter,. Don Nabinger, Bertie News-
baum, Dean Parker, Eugene Ponchot, Chester Reed,
Leona Reibling, Dorothy Ringenberg.
Lola Ruckman, Bertie Lou Schultz, Gordon Schwab,
Violet Shupp, Myrtle Smith, Welburn Smith.
FIRST ROW: Malene Sola, Wendall Sousley, Ruth
Stahl, Frances Staley,. John Trusdle.
SECOND ROW: Daniel Vaccarelli, Harry Warner,
Everette Webb, Marilyn Wiederkehr, Miriam Wieder-
THIRD ROW: J. Harlan Wright,, Donald Yaeger, Don
Young, Ruth Zook, Armour Keller.
FOURTH ROW: Floran Mast, Jean Dick, Earl Mc-
Knight, Mrs. Colleen Smith.
FIFTH ROW: Esther McCartney,, Charles Wirt, Mrs.
Virginia Johnson, Roy Johnson.
NOT PICTURED: Max Applegate, Loretta Crall, Clif-
ford Habegger, Gordon Hirschy, Dale Jett, Iola Perkins,
Wayne Shaneyfelt, Joyce Shively, Ivis Wilson.
Harvey Ache Jr., Waldo Baber, Gordon
Balmer, Diane Banks.
Ernest Belella, Mary Bennett, Edith Berryman,
Richard Brownfield,, Wava Bueschlen, Faye
Castersen, Nelson Chamberlin.
Earl Colyer, Donna Cottrell, Velma Coy,
of 1 951
William Dodwav, Mildred Ekstein, Emily
Figuly, Shirley Force, Harland Friend, Dale
Zenas Gerig, Mrs. Eva Head, Dale Howard,
Mary Howard, Ruth Joder, Norma Johnson.
Shirley Kamberg, Marceille Keplinger, Fred
Kirkpatrick,, Elmer Knowles, Earl Kreamer,
Margaret Laymon, Harold Lehman, Carl Mc-
Hugh. Lorna MeLachlin. Jacob Markey,
Beverly Mays, Joanna Minthorn.
Ardice Mitchell, Arlene Mitchell, Clarence
Nantz, Arthur Niblack.
Ralph Ogden, William Pannell, Leonard
Paquay, Carla Parker.
Martha Perdue, Lynn Polter, Oris Reade,
Helen Rowe, LeRoy Rusher, Harry Sarver,
Nancy Shell, Janet Sipe, Roselynn Smith,. Mrs.
Dolores Sousley, Lillian Sparkenbaugh, Chris-
Harold Sutherland, Charles Trusdle, David
van Gorkom, Paul van Gorkom, Dorothy V oil-
mar, Marguerite Weida, Joan Williams, Char-
les Williams, Mrs. Virginia Williams, Milton
Wong, Joyce Woodward,, Owen Wright, War-
ren Wright, Evanna Yoder, John Yoder, Grace
Eberly, Helen Young, Edwin Eby, Richard
Marbeiter, Wilbur Payne.
NOT PICTURED: Janet Miller, Sherman Nyf-
feler, Robert Skinner, Lowell Steiner, Edna
Webber, Wayne Webber.
of 1 951
Class of 1952 and
Harold Basehore, Robert Burley, Margarete Eiler, Clifton Folsom, Wesley Gerig.
Kenneth Hawkins, Carl Hiatt, Kenneth Meyer, Robert Smith,, Marceil Sumney. --
Roy Tobin, Gareth Wiederkehr, Beverly Anderson, Mrs. Lillie Bodine, Dwight
Obie Bridges, Mrs. Betty Campbell, Charles Crockett, Paul Crockett,, Lyndon Gilpin.
Ruth Henry, Rose Marie Hudson, Edna Mertz, Duwain Meyers, Mrs. Violet Millikan.
Phyllis Neuenschwander, Daniel Tucker, Roma Wfelty, Jackie Chamberlain, Bertha
Gertrude Slusser (Senior — Standard Missionary), Betty Lou Parson, Betty Walti.
Eleanore Crocker, Mary Frances Fennig, Sally Hoofnagle,, Clarice Jones.
Violet Klopfenstein, Florence Parlee, George Rohrs, Lucille Russell.
Arnold Shaver, Mrs. Margery Sheldon, Kenneth Sheldon, Doris Zurfluh.
Word of Life Trio
Glad Tidings Trio
Covenant Four Quartett;
Paul van Gorkom
Betty Lou Parson
S. Kamberg, M. Fiedler, E. Dill-
er, R. Smith, L. McLachlin, J.
Row 1: J. Andrews, D. Ringen-
berg, D. Johnson, C. Steiner, H.
Kapsalis, M. Wiederkehr, R.
Harrigan, J. Ford, V. Birkey.
Row 2: E. Hirschy, E. Berryman,
R. Welty, V. Coy, H. Young, W.
Beuschlen, I. Brown, E. Lehman,
V. Williams, S. Hoofnagle.
Row 3: M. Sola, G. Kooy, E.
Lyon, I. Perkins, M. Weida, M.
Jardine, H. Rowe, P. McClure,
R. Hudson,. P. Nickelson, E. Wann,
Row 4: L. Reibling, L. Crall, E.
Perry, K. Meyer, T. Florence, E.
Webb, E. Kreamer, A. Buchanan,
W. Harrigan, R. Erickson, L.
Ruckman, E. Figuly.
Sunday School Teachers
Row 1: D. Sousley, L. Crall, E.
Yoder, V. Shupp, D. Ringenberg,
V. Williams, E. Wann.
Row 2: D. Hall W. Sousley, E.
Kreamer, I. Perkins, E. Slusser.
H. Roach, C. Kirchner, C. Wil-
Row 3: R. Johnson, R. Brown-
field, E. Webb, E. Dickinson, H.
Sarver, D. Vaccarelli.
Youth Conference Committee
Standing: D. van Gorkom, E.
Seated: V. Birkey, E. Wann, W.
Row 1: E. Knowles, D. Craig, W.
Wright, H. Sutherland, J. Jen-
kins, L. Steiner.
Row 2: E. Colyer, C. Nantz, G.
Hirschy, D. Vaccarelli, P. Am-
stutz, A. Buchanan, D. Hall,, Mr.
Street Meeting Committee
Standing: C. Kirchner, Mr. Neu-
enschwander, E. Ponchot, D.
Seated: I. Brown, P. Hoffman.
Director: Prof. Oliver Steiner; Pianist; Prof. IraGerig; Organist: Prof. Raymond Weaver; Soloists:
Loewina Lohmann, Soprano; Thelma Schmidt, Alto; Donald Ford, Tenor; Harlan Wright, Bass.
YOUR SUNRISE CHAPEL
Left, Eugene Ponchot in the control room. Center, Your Sunrise Chapel Speakers, Pres. S. A. Witmer,
Dean J. F. Gerig, Mrs. lone Fitch, Mr. E. T. Neuenschwander. Right, Men's Radio Ensemble.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Professor Ira Gerig, Director.
MEN'S GLEE CLUB
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Professor Oliver E. Steiner, Director.
'Christ for Fort Wayne" — a partial view of the audience at one of the services.
At five o'clock each after-
noon students leave their
studies for a half hour prayer
service. The ''Five o'clock
Prayer Meeting" is a source
of real blessing. Many needs
have been met, and many
students have been called of
the Lord to definite fields of
service in this daily prayer
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and second semester Five
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Every Friday evening
at 7:30 the students gath-
er in the chapel for the
weekly Students' Mission
Band service. This is the
climax of a week's activ-
ities. The services are
primarily missionary and
have proved to be instru-
mental in winning many
battles for the Lord.
For several years the
Students' Mission Band
has supported a mission-
ary, Miss Leona Lehner,
who is working with the
natives of Ecuador. This
year another missionary,
Mr. Joseph Shisler, is also
being supported. Mr.
Shisler is in Africa. We
are thankful unto God for
the opportunity of sup-
porting these mission-
aries while they bring
the Gospel to those hun-
gry souls in these parts
of the world.
Wendall Sousley, President, First Semester; David Nesbitt, President, Second
Participants in the Senior Recitals. Standing: Lois Dickinson, Dolores Johnson;
Seated: Vurla Birkey, Rita Erickson.
Ralph Castersen, practicing for his Senior
Recital by Prof. Ira Gerig, instructor of piano
The Annual Fellowship Circle Banquet
The manger scene at the Christmas Banquet
Pres. S. A. Witmer, Christmas Banquet speaker
Athletics at B. I.; basketball and Softball.
Left, Girls' Volleyball; Center, B. Pannell and R. Kemmerer, Phys. Ed. Instructors; Right, Shuffle-
Editor Gordon Neuenschwander
Assistant Editor Eleanor Wann
Business Manager Billy Evans
Secretaries Hurtha Roach
Art Editors Vurla Birkey
Sales Managers Laverne Steiner
Photography Richard Brownfield
Elmer T. Neuenschwander
THE LIGHT TOWER STAFF
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Student Council; J. Harlan Wright, President.
Camera Club; Richard Brownfield, President.
The Inner View Staff; Alberta Peters, Editor.
The Bible Vision Staff; Pres. S. A. Witmer, Editor.
. . 1948 Qradi
Row 1: I. Duncan, P. Muselman, F. Ringenberg, S. Schray. P. Erdel, C. Egly, E.
Witmer, D. den Hartog, M. McElhone.
Row 2: Pres. Witmer, S. Matthews, L. Snyder, J. Lawson,. R. Daniel, N. Bossard, A.
Tucker, L. Litzenberg, E. Harmon, V. Thomas, G. Cate, Dean Gerig.
Row 3: J. Bell, D. Gerig, H. Dunlap, R. Zimmerman, P. Schmidt, J. Swaback, E.
Coddington, J. Haifley, G. Gerig, B. Parker.
Row 4: F. Denninger, K. Culver, E. Krueger, D.Welch, V Miller, R. Zollner, I. Dobie,
T. Gottschalk, P. Grabill, D. Shoemaker.
Row 5: L. Steiner, T. Ford, P. Rager, H. McElhone, J. Canon, D. Rohrs, C. Beds-
worth, W. Parker, R. Quay, D. Stalter.
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1. First breakfast bell?
2. I must be smooth!
3. Class notes or otherwise
4. "Good afternoon! Th
5. Is that "sign" language
6. Get that date?
7. Readin', ritin', and ?
8. "Pass the applesauce."
As It Happened
Rev. J. H. Woodward challenges us to make
up our minds by taking the "Pathway to
Blessing" for the "Secret of Success" in the
opening service of the year.
Ball games! Horseshoes! Stunts! Wieners!
It's a picnic at Foster Park!
"Even though I can't grow hair on the top
of my head, I'm not going to nurture it un-
der my nose." Famous words of Rev. W. O.
Klopfenstein, Momense, Illinois, in the op-
ening service of a series of chapel messages.
Night and day for four days, from Genesis
to Revelation. The people of Fort Wayne
hear the Bible read from the Courthouse
Square prior to the Christ for Fort Wayne
B.I. helps to canvass the city to invite all to
Christ for Fort Wayne at the Quimby Audi-
torium, Sept. 26— Oct. 17.
Rev. Robert Treat, former student, reports
on mission work in Alaska.
Dr. Jesse Hendley, evangelist for Christ for
Fort Wayne, is our chapel speaker.
Rev. Jesse Ringenberg, soon to return to
India, bids us farewell during chapel.
Day of Prayer — Dr. Carl L. Howland, edi-
tor of "The Free Methodist", takes us to the
"Prayer Meeting of the Transfiguration".
We welcome Rev. J. A. van Gorkom into
our chapel service again.
Miss Mary Waldo presents the work of the
Pres. Witmer announces that B. I. is now
fully accredited in the Accrediting Associa-
tion of Bible Institutes and Bible Colleges.
"Come, now. You aren't always that seri-
ous!" Pictures by Paglow for the LIGHT
"The goblins'll get you if you don't watch
out!" Ghosts and corn galore at the Hal-
We go "Forward with Christ" at the 1948
Youth Conference. We will not soon for-
get our speakers — Rev. G Edward Davis,
Louisville. Ky., and Dr. Thomas Moseley of
Nyack, N. Y.; our musicians — Gerald Gerig,
song leader; Prof. Ira Gerig, pianist; and
June Swaback, organist.
As It Happened
Horrors! Do I look like that? Paglow
thinks so. The proof proves it.
Rev. George Poole, former director of Fort
Wayne Youth for Christ, brings us a
glimpse of missionary work in South
Baskets full of leaves. Muscles full of aches.
All for the B. I. beauty — -our Campus.
Anyone can draw, according to Francis
Chase. Believe it or not.
Bon Voyage to Hazel Shoup, our former
cook, on her way to Africa to feed the hun-
gry with the Bread of Life.
Rev. Norman G. Grubb pays a return visit
and leaves us with a deeper desire to do
more for our Lord.
Thanks be to God! How matchless are His
Scarlatti, Schumann, Brahms, Chasins,
Rachmaninoff, and Debussy keep Prof. Ira
Gerig busy and us happy during his recital.
No more excuse for poor pictures. The
Camera Club comes to B. I.
WXJG Dresents the B. I. Chorus in excerpts
from "The Messiah".
"Wonderful! Counsellor! The Mighty God!
The Everlasting Father! The Prince of
Peace! "The Messiah" again echoes through
Sh-h-h-h-h. sister! Santa is coming to the
There's a new Chewy in our garage, (The
school's, we mean.)
Turkey and Christmas trees and rain are
featured at the Christmas Banquet.
There's a song in the air at Christmas time.
Bethany girls serenade the inmates of the
Ad Building. (The fellows respond.)
Vacation finally begins!
Peace and quiet reign at dear old B. I.
The clatter resumes. Vacation has ended.
"I may not have much theology in my head,
but, Praise the Lord, I've plenty of dox-
ology in my heart," quotes Alberta Peters
in her chapel message.
David Clark takes us on a trip to the Do-
minican Republic during Mission Band.
The atom bomb explodes during chapel.
Dr. Harold Retzinger presents his film-
Hymnspiration chapel led by Prof. Steiner.
Going, going, gone! One unclaimed pillow
case! You can buy almost anything at the
The Juniors show the All-Stars how to play
Tonight at 7:30 — an airplane view of Eu-
rope with Clifford Lewis and his camera.
Time to begin on that new leaf. Registra-
tion time again.
The ABC's of Fire Drilling are presented.
As It Happened
Fire! Fire! Pour on water! Oh, it's just a
For you I pine, Valentine, and also balsam.
How can so many homely people make a
pretty picture? That's Paglow's problem
with the group pictures.
Sing and smile and play, for that's the only
way to have a Student Recital.
Happy Birthday, dear George!
"I wish that telephone would stop ringing,"
says Big Fred Ingersoll of the Calvary Mis-
sion, Chicago. (Don't tell him it's the bell
A correspondence ... A proposal . . .
Twenty-five years of happiness. Happy
Absolutely nothing happened.
What's cheap? What's unique? What's
swell? The 1949 LIGHT TOWER, of course,
Big Sale on.
Clifford Lewis returns to take us to Alaska
during Mission Band.
Extra! Extra! Monday blues disappear
when "The Inner View" comes into view.
"Take off your bib!" challenges Rev. Eddie
Habegger as he brings the Day of Prayer
"There goes the enlarger. And there's the
paper cutter . . . say .. . they must be moving
in the darkroom equipment."
Dr. John Wesley Bready of Toronto, Cana-
da, talks about John Wesley.
To-day is tired . . . Wouldn't you be, too,
after a March of 31 days?
Easter Vacation begins . . .
. . . and ends . . . Short! wasn't it?
The Senior Music Specialists display their
Finally, the exams.
The Wiswell speech contestants present
"The Book of All Nations".
It is hard to foretell what will happen on
this night. . . Senior Night.
Annually there's a Musical Concert, and
this is it.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot? Not
when there's a Fellowship Circle Banquet!
Caps and Gowns and Diplomas! Com-
mencement Day is here.
STUDENT DIRECTOR Y
Harvey Ache, Jr., 116 South Brook St., Allentown,
Esta Aerni. 150 Cherry St., Bluffton, Ohio.
Marilyn L. Amstutz, 1100 Ensley Ave., Auburn,
Paul L. Amstutz, Wealthy Street, Berne, Indiana.
Roger Amstutz, 313 East Water Street, Berne,
Beverly Anderson, 92 Highcroft Road, Toronto,
Jean Andrews, Route No. 5, Celina, Ohio.
Max Applegate, Sunshine Dr., Lima Rd., Fort
Mrs. Max Applegate, Sunshine Dr., Lima Rd.,
Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Virginia Applegate, 3121 South Webster St., Fort
Arlene Arnold, 914 Rivermet, Fort Wayne,
Venus Arnold, Jr., 914 Rivermet, Fort Wayne,
Gordon Aupperle, 4365 Lakewood, Detroit, Mich-
Mrs. Louise Baber, Route No. 8, Fort Wayne,
Waldo E. Baber, Route No. 8, Fort Wayne, Indi-
Norman R. Bachand, 299 South Carter Rd., Mid-
Mrs. Norman Bachand, 299 South Carter Rd.,
Gordon Balmer, St. Charles, Michigan.
Diane Banks, West Liberty, Ohio.
Mrs. Florence Basehore, 616 W. Nuttman, Fort
Harold E. Basehore, 616 W. Nuttman, Fort Wayne,
Mary Bennett, 208 Franklin Street, Swanton,
James E. Berry, 2219 Rehm Avenue, Fort Wayne,
Edith M. Berryman, 2 Spring Street, Fremont,
Vurla Birkey, Delavan, Illinois.
Virgil Bixler, Elkton, Michigan.
Betty Blosser, 402 North Indiana Ave., Goshen,
Mrs. Lillie Bodine, 1914 Marshall, Flint 6, Mich-
Robert Bollinger, Ligonier, Indiana.
Marvin F. Bowen, 1816 E. Creighton Avenue, Fort
Mrs. Marvin F. Bowen, 1816 E. Creighton Avenue,
Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Dwight Bridges, Route No. 7, Decatur Road, Fort
Obie Bridges, Route No. 1, Lima Road, Fort
S. Irene Brown, 317 North Enterprise, Bowling
Maxine L. Brown, 433 Huffman Street, Fort
Mrs. Richard Brownfield, 3702 S. Fairfield, Fort
Wayne 6, Indiana.
Richard C. Brownfield, 3702 S. Fairfield, Fort
Violet R. Browning, 1025% E. Pontiac, Fort
Albert Buchanan, Jr., Route No. 2, Evans City, Pa.
Wava M. Bueschlen, Bay Port, Michigan.
Vera Burkholder, 150 Cherry Street, Bluffton,
Agnes Burley, 605 N. Behring Street, Berne, Indi-
Robert T. Burley, 605 N. Behring Street, Berne.
LeRoy Caddy, 1025 Park Avenue, Royal Oak,
Mrs. Betty Campbell, 501 Elm Rd., Route No. 7,
Clark A. Card, 4610— 88th Street, Elmhurst, New
Faye L. Castersen, 2167 Portola Way, Sacramento,
Ralph E. Castersen, Cohassett Route, Chico, Cali-
Mrs. JoAnn Caulkins, West Unity, Ohio.
Wayne Caulkins, West Unity, Ohio.
Jackie Chamberlain, Camden, Michigan.
Nelson M. Chamberlin, 320 West First Street,
Royal Oak, Michigan.
Mrs. Margaret Clapp, 2402 St. Marys Avenue,
Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Jessie I. Clapsaddle,, 1210 Boise Avenue, Boise.
Laurabel Clark, 3820 South Wayne, Fort Wayne,
Bertha A. Classen, Meade, Kansas.
Earl E. Colyer, 2007^16th Avenue, Altoona, Pa.
Marjorie Cook, 600 North Sandusky St., Bellevue,
Donna Mae Cottrell, Route No. 1, Elizabethtown,
Velma V. Coy, Route No. 2. Reading, Michigan.
David R. Craig. Route No. 2. Clyde, Ohio.
Loretta Crall. 130 Sharon Avenue, Battle Creek,
Martha J. Cramer, 828% North Main, Findlay,
Eleanor A. Crocker, 1108 E. Market Street, Lima,
Charles M. Crockett, Route No. I, McClure, Ohio.
Paul F. Crockett. Route No. 1, McClure, Ohio.
Barbara Dalley, 203 Forrest Court, Jackson, Mich-
Ruth V. Daniel. 2422 N. Franklin, Flint, Michigan.
Eloise H. Dawson. Warren,, Ohio.
Bernice Dean, 3811 Indiana Avenue, Fort Wayne,
Gerrit Den Hartog, Box 165, Orange City, Iowa.
Jean Dick, 8124 N. Keating, Skokie, Illinois.
Farle S. Dickinson, 1118 W. Jefferson, Fort
Mrs. Lois Dickinson, 1118 W. Jefferson, Fort
Esther A, Diller. 14661 Hart Street, Van Nuys,
Marjorie Dingman, 3732 New Haven Avenue, Fort
William Dodway, 3811 Indiana Avenue, Fort
Grace M. Eberly, 229 Beech Street, Wauseon,
Edwin L. Eby, 275 South Elkton Road, Elkton,
Mrs. Marie E. Eby, 275 South Elkton Road, Elk-
Margarete E. Eiler, 108 North Bourland, Peoria,
Mildred A. Ekstein, 1317 Dayton, Street, Hamil-
Jessie Eling, 917 First Street, Grand Rapids,
Julia Erdel, Route No. 11. Lafayette, Indiana.
Rita Erickson, 1742 N. Albany, Chicago, Illinois.
Alice Ervin, 621 Race Street, Logansport, Indiana.
Billy E. Evans, 304 Monroe Street, Middletown,
Mary Frances Fennig, Route No. 5, Celina, Ohio.
Martha J. Fiedler, 522 West Broadway, Newton,
Emily Figuly, 3410 Sackett Avenue, Cleveland 9,
Thomas L. Florence, Route No. 1 Box 142b, Sum-
merfield, N. C.
Clifton E. Folsom, Box 304, West Liberty, Ohio.
Shirley Force, 820— 12th Street, Altoona, Pa.
Leona Jane Ford, Rosewood, Ohio.
Dean Freed, 1706 E. Hively, Elkhart, Indiana.
Gerard J. French, Route No. 2, Blissfield, Mich-
Mrs. Madeline French, Route No. 2, Blissfield,
Harland Friend, Route No. 2, Continental, Ohio.
Ruth Gabrielson, 1012 Yellowstone Road, Cleve-
John Jtl. Gates, 326% E. Wayne, Fort Wayne,
Mrs. Betty Gerig, 3820 S. Wayne Avenue, Fort
Daie E. Gerig, Koute No. 2, Auburn, Indiana.
Darreil Gerig, 314 East Ninth St., Auburn, Indi-
Gerald Gerig, 3506 Indiana Avenue, Fort Wiayne,
Geraldine Gerig, 3506 Indiana Avenue, Fort
Joy Gerig, Koute No. 3., Auburn, Indiana.
Wesley L. Gerig, 931 Pasadena Drive, Fort
Zenas Gerig, Koute No. 2, Auburn, Indiana.
Lyndon Gilpin, 7318 Beaty Avenue, Fort Wayne,
Alice Glasgow 703 East Hatch Street, Sturgis,
Clifford Habegger, 3811 Indiana Ave., Fort Wayne
Lowell Hainline, 3414 South Harrison, Fort
Wayne, Indiana. )
F. DeWitte Hall, Route No. 1, Box 25, Sinks
Grove, West Virginia.
Bill Harle, Route No. 2, Marks Road, Columbia
Mrs. Ruth Harrigan, 609 Baxter Avenue, Louis-
William Harrigan, 609 Baxter Avenue, Louisville,
William B. Harris, 6480 Monroe Street, Sylvania,
Mary Ardis Harris, Star Route, Entiat, Washing-
Norene Hart, 319 Kirk Street, Dodge City. Kansas
Evelyn M. Hassee, 1046 Bellemade Avenue,
Evansville, Indiana. j
Kenneth T. Hawkins, 406 Sprunger Street, Berhe,
Mrs. Eva Head 2504 Dumesnil Street. Louisville,
Delia Heath, Jasonville, Indiana.
Ruth H. Henry- Route No. 1, Lucerne, Indiana.
Robert L. Herdman, 226 E. Washington, Fort
Henry D. Hewitt, Elkton, Michigan.
Carl L. Hiatt. Route No. 1. Yorktown, Indiana.
Anna M. Hilbert, 45 S. E. Locust Street, Fleet-
Elizabeth Hirschy, 568 E. Water Street, Berne,
Gordon Hirschy, 568 E. Water Street, Berne, Indi-
Pearl E. Hoffman, Route No. 1, Box 77, Barberton,
Clarence Holcomb, 2427 Hensch, Fort Wayne,
Galen Holcomb, 2427 Hensch, Fort Wayne, Indi-
Sally L Hoofnagle, 1200 Fifth Street, Dodge City,
Dale D. Howard, 332 Elm Street. Wadsworth,
Mary Howard, 109 Illinois Avenue, Peoria, Illi-
Rose Marie Hudson, 2001 North Delaware, Indian-
aooh's 2.. Indiana.
Phyllis J. Jackson, Route No. 1. Sturgis, Michigan.
Mary H. Jardine, 68 Gertrude Avenue, Youngs-
Baylor Jenkins, Box 127. Gallatin, Texas.
Dale Jett. Brentwood. Arkansas.
Charles W. Joder, 734 Putnam, Fort Wayne, Indi-
Ruth E. Joder, 3820 South Wayne, Fort Wayne,
Dolores Johnson, 2213 N. Kostner Avenue, Chic-
James Johnson, 1604 Smith Street, Peoria 6.
Marjorie Johnson, Yoder, Indiana.
Norma J. Johnson, Route No. 4, Albion. Indiana.
Roy D. Johnson, 2119y 2 St. Marys Avenue, Fort
Mrs. Virginia Johnson, 2119y 2 St. Marys Avenue,
Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Walter Johnson, 3820 South Wayne Avenue, Fort
Clarice A. Jones, 1155 Collingwood, Detroit 2,
Shirley R. Kamberg, 6525 South Maplewood,
Charles H. Kauffmann 1406 Easton Avenue,
Helen Kapsalis, 6103 West Wood, Detroit, Mich-
Maryann Keener, Route No. 1, Wood Ave., Fort
Armour J. Keller, Route No. 5, Cochranton, Pa.
Rachel E. Kemmerer, Route No. 2, Easton, Pa.
Marceille Keplinger, Zanesville, Indiana.
Clarence Kirchner, 350 Fourth Avenue, Freedom,
Fred Kirkpatrick, Jr., 1009 Park Street, Dodge
Carolyn Klopfenstein, 619 McBean Street, Peoria,
Violet J. Klopfenstein, Graybill, Indiana.
Louis J. Klotzbach, Klemme, Iowa.
Elmer N. Knowles. Box 725, Bucklin, Kansas.
Orville W. Koble 3314 Vesey Avenue, Fort
Genevieve Kooy, Demotte, Indiana.
Earl Kreamer, 21 Tyler Street, Toledo, Ohio.
Burdette J. Krohn, Route No. 4. McClure, Ohio.
Dean Latch, 325 West 62nd Place, Chicago 29,
Margaret E. Laymon, Coldwater Road, Route No.
1. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Dorcas E. Lehman, 1161 Sterling Avenue, Orr-
Eunice A. Lehman, 1161 Sterling Avenue, Orr-
Frieda E. Lehman, 2510 Hoagland Avenue, Fort
Harold F. Lehman. 900 Albert Street, Lima, Ohio.
Eleanor G. Lyon, Route No. 1, Belleville. Ohio.
Esther McCartney, Grabill, Indiana.
Peggy McClure, Wren, Ohio.
Carl E. McHugh. 11903 Browning Avenue, Cleve-
William K. Mclver, Jr., Route No. 2, Leo Road,
Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Earl Mcknight, 111 Vandegrift Drive, Dayton,
Lorna McLachlin, 14 Freeman Avenue, Toronto,
Mrs. Dorothy Marbeiter, Arcadia, Michigan.
Richard E. Marbeiter. Arcadia, Michigan.
Jacob E. Markey, 19707 Orleans, Detroit 3. Mich-
Alvin A. Martin, Bartley, Nebraska.
Mrs. Evelyn Martin, Bartley Nebraska.
James W.' Martin, 711 West Rudisill, Fort Wayne,
Marolyn Martz, 424 South State Street, Big-
Floran L. Mast, Route No. 3, Goshen, Indiana.
Beverly Mays, 742 Davis Street, Fort Wayne 7,
Shirley Melhorn, Box 248, North Canton, Ohio.
Donna J. Merrill,. 22 S. High Street, Carsonville,
Edna Mertz, 1415 High Street, Fort Wayne, Indi-
Kenneth D. Meyer, Route No. 3, Bluffton, Indiana
Duwain E. Meyers, 6503 Old Trail Road, Fort
Janet M. Miller, Leesburg, Illinois.
Verna May Miller, Stratton, Nebraska.
Fred Millikan, 719 West Rudisill, Fort Wayne,
Mrs. Violet Millikan, 719 West Rudisill, Fort
Joanna E. Minthorn, 612 S. W. Second Street, Ft.
Ardice M. Mitchell, 3525 South Harrison, Fort
Arlene A. Mitchell, 3525 South Harrison, Fort
Edythe Molter, 1213 Newport Avenue, Chicago,
Dr. Beatrice L. Morton, 4325 Arlington Avenue,
Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Patricia L. Mumma, 121 West Creighton, Fort
Don Nabinger, 281 Front Street, Binghamton,
Clarence Nantz, Jr., Route No. 4, Salem, Indiana.
Mrs. David Nesbitt, Route No. 1, Box 370, Royal
David Nesbitt, Route No. 1, Box 370, Royal Oak,
Gordon Neuenschwander, Berne, Indiana.
Phyllis Neuenschwander, Grabill, Indiana.
Robert L. Neuenschwander, Route No. 4, Defiance
Bertie L. Newsbaum, 5576 Berkley Drive, Route
No. 2, Pontiac, Michigan.
Arthur E. Niblack, 611 Smith Street, Peoria, Illi-
Priscilla Nickelson, 815 Peacock Road, Richmond,
Lloyd W. Null, Route No. 2, Decatur, Indiana.
Sherman W. Nyffeler, Route No. 6, Decatur,
Ralph Odgen, 1007 Ann Street, Peoria, Illinois.
Imogene Palmer Gen. Delivery, Eaton Rapids,
William Pannell, 208 North Park Street, Sturgis,
Leonard F. Paquay, 1803 Canova Avenue, Cleve-
land 9, Ohio.
Carla J. Parker, 5569 Savoy Drive, Pontiac 2,
Dean Parker, Planada, California.
Florence Parlee, 3820 Arlington, Fort Wayne,
Betty Lou Parson, Route No. 1, Swanton, Ohio.
Wilbur D. Payne,. 3726 Shady Court, Fort Wayne,
Mrs. Wilbur D. Payne 3726 Shady Court, Fort
Martha J. Perdue, Ashley. Indiana.
Iola Perkins, 512 French Street, Adrian, Michigan.
Erva Perry, Surrey, North Dakota.
Mrs. Esther I. Perry, 338 Deaton Street, States-
ville. North Carolina.
Russell Persons, Monroe. Indiana.
Alberta J. Peters. Box 135, Elida, Ohio.
Lynn L. Polter, West Unity, Ohio.
Eugene Ponchot, Route No. 13, Box 211, Cincin-
Oris Reade, 202 East Hatch. Sturgis, Michigan
Frieda Rediger, 1337 W. Latham, Phoenix,
Chester M. Reed, North Webster, Indiana.
Leona Reibling, Elkton, Michigan.
Mrs. Gay Reighter, 2606 Oliver Street, Fort
Edison D. Reynolds, Berne, Indiana.
Dorothy Ringenberg 1221 y 2 Nuttman Avenue,
Fort Wayne. Indiana.
Hurtha J. Roach, 7305 Voerner, Center Line,
George A. Rohrs. Route No. 2, Hicksville, Ohio.
Helen L. Rowe, Route No. 1, Leesburg, Indiana.
Lola Ruckman, Route No. 7, Columbia City, Indi-
LeRoy Rusher, 4517 South Monroe, Fort Wayne,
Lucille C. Russell,. Alamota, Kansas.
Harry Sarver, Route No. 1, Sewickley, Pa.
Thelma B. Schmidt, Route No. 3, Newton, Kansas.
Paul Schoff, 2626 Lynn Avenue, Fort Wayne,
Bertie Lou Schultz Elkton, Michigan.
Gordon Schwab, Route No. 1, Rawson, Ohio
Ethel M. Shaneyfelt, 1414 Hugh Street, Fort
S. Wayne Shaneyfelt, 3430 Harvester Avenue,
Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Mrs. Neva Sharrow, 731 Cottage Avenue, Fort
Arnold C. Shaver, Box 91, Dunbar, West Virginia.
Merrill Shaw, Route No. 7, Huntington Indiana.
Kenneth Sheldon, 6745 Murray, Cincinnati, Ohio
Mrs. Margery Sheldon, 6745 Murray, Cincinnati,
Nancy C. Shell, 223 West Coover Street, Mech-
Joyce Shively, Churubusco, Indiana.
Violet Shupp, 1183 S. Central Avenue, Lima, Ohio
Janet D. Sipe, 511 West Second Street, Hummels-
Carol J. Sipp, 313 Sherman, Hamilton, Ohio.
Robert Skinner, 645 Greenlawn, Fort Wayne,
Evelyn Slusser, Route No. 1, Delphi, Indiana.
Gertrude Slusser, Route No. 1, Delphi, Indiana
Helen M. Smith, 1403 Springfield Road, E. Peoria,
Myrtle Smith, Wallace, Michigan.
Robert L. Smith, 207 E. Forrest Avenue, Peoria,
Mrs. Colleen Smith, 207 E. Forrest Avenue,
Roselynn Smith, 1309 East Market Street, War-
Mrs. Ruby Smith, 1019 McKee. Fore Wayne, Indi-
Welburn Smith, Route No. 2, Wadsworth, Ohio.
Robert A. Snyder, 87 Norton Avenue, N.. New-
Malene Sola, 2043 N. Whipple Street, Chicago 47,
Mrs. Delores Sousley, Route No. 2, Mishawaka,
Wendall L. Sousley, Route No. 2, Mishawaka,
Lillian L. Sparkenbaugh, 312 Mercer Street,
Turtle Creek, Pa.
Lois P. Spencer, 306 West Lexington, Elkhart,
Clifford J. Sprunger, South Fulton Street, Berne,
Ruth Stahl, 1744 N. Keystone Avenue, Chicago
Frances E. Staley, 17414 Wood Avenue, Melvin-
Christine Steiner, Grabill, Indiana.
Laverne Steiner. Route No. 1. Berne. Indiana.
Lowell H. Steiner, Marshallville. Ohio.
James E. Stilson, 87 Park Avenue, Binghamton,
Marceil J. Sumney, Grabill, Indiana.
Harold Sutherland, Route No. 1, Metamora, Mich-
June A. Swaback, 1512 N. Keystone Avenue,
Roy F. Tobin, 311 West Street, Three Rivers,
Charles W. Trusdle,, Route No. 2, Clyde, Ohio.
John Trusdle, Route No. 2, Clyde, Ohio.
Arlene V. Tucker, 203 Wabash, Bluffton, Indiana.
Daniel Tucker, 203 Wabash, Bluffton, Indiana.
Daniel Vaccarelli, 6443 Rosemoor Street, Pitts-
burg 17, Pa.
David Van Gorkom. Box 615, Muscatine, Iowa.
Paul Van Gorkom, Box 615, Muscatine, Iowa.
Millie Vermillion, 628 East Market, Lima, Ohio.
Dorothy L. Vollmar, 2519 Sherman Street, Fort
Betty J. Walti, 728 South Pine Street, Lima, Ohio.
Eleanor Wann, Harlan, Indiana.
Harry E. Warner,. 1902 Chapin Street, Jackson,
Marion L. Warner, 541 Benton Street, Rochester,
Everette Lee Webb, 3032 Southern Avenue,
Edna Webber, 198 Grandview Avenue, Wads-
Kenneth W. Webber, 198 Grandview Ave., Wads-
Marguerite A. Weida,. 226 South Richmond Street,
Roma Welty, 511 South Main Street, Bluffton,
Martha L. Whittern, 2108 Hoagland Avenue, Fort
Gareth L. Wiederkehr, 217 High Street, Berne,
Marilyn Wiederkehr, 1334 S. Reese Avenue, Lima,
Miriam Wiederkehr, 1334 S. Reese Avenue, Lima,
Mrs. Treva Wiederkehr, 217 High Street, Berne,
Charles E. Williams, Lewis Addition, Dodge City,
Joan Williams,, 808 Dingledine Avenue, Lima,
Mrs. Virginia Williams, Lewis Addition, Dodge
Ivis L. Wilson, 2215 E. Michigan Street, Indiana-
Myron D. Wilson, 316 West Sixth Street, Misha-
Charles G. Wirt, Beaverton, Michigan.
Neil F. Wolfe, Kimmell, Indiana.
Milton Wong. Kawai, Hawaii.
Joyce A. Woodward, 3811 Indiana Avenue, Fort
J. Harlan Wright, 2063 Pauline, Fort Wayne,
Morton M. Wright, 1309 Stophlet, Fort Wayne,
Owen K. Wright. 901 Catalpa Avenue, Lima, Ohio.
Warren Wright, Route No. 1, Sewickley, Pa.
Clara L. Wyckoff, 433 S. Park Avenue, Peoria,
Donald W. Yaeger, 428 Fairmont, Fort Wayne,
Mrs. Frances Yaeger, 428 Fairmont, Fort Wayne,
Mrs. Dorothy B. Yoder, 528 West Patterson Ave-
nue, Bellefontaine, Ohio.
Evanna M. Yoder, 1525 Tecumseh Avenue, Fort
John F. Yoder, Route No. 1, Geneva, Indiana.
Vernelle Yoder, 1525 Tecumseh, Fort Wayne,
Don Young, 307 W. Maple Street, Clyde, Ohio.
Helen F. Young, Elkton, Michigan.
Ruth C. Zook, Route No. 2, West Liberty, Ohio.
Doris M. Zurfluh, 501 Front Street. Ridgeway, Pa.
To those students who have so faithfully co-oper-
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to our faculty advisor, Mr. Elmer Neuenschwander,
and to our contributors and advertisers, a sincere
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God "s blessing to you in "Conquering through Christ"'
Harvester Missionary Church, Carl Parlee, Minister,
Fort Wayne, Indiana
GOD'S RICHEST BLESSING
TO YOU IN
'Freely ye have received, freely give'" (Matt. 10:8)
YOUR FOLLOWERS IN HIS SERVICE
The Junior Class
CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 1949 !
We Wish You GODSPEED
- in your mission of -
L^onauerina ^Jnrouan (^n^idt"
Class of '51, '52
Fort Wayne Bible Institute
Training for Service and Service in Training"
I. COLLEGE OF BIBLE
1. Bachelor of Theology - - - - A five-year program that com
bines two years of liberal arts with three years of theo-
2. Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Literature - - - - Besides con-
centration in the field of Bible, this four-year program
includes basic courses in the arts and sciences and ap-
plied work in one of the following: Pastoral Theology,
Missions, Christian Education, Church Secretarial Sci-
ence, and Music.
3. Bachelor of Religious Education - - - - A four-year pro-
gram with a major in both Christian Education and
4. Three-year Diploma Courses in Theology, Christian Edu-
cation, Missions, and Church Secretarial Science.
II. SCHOOL OF SACRED MUSIC
1. Bachelor of Sacred Music - - - -
organ, piano, or voice.
2. Standard Bible-Music Course - -
leading to a diploma.
III. SCHOOL OF EXTENSION STUDY
with applied majors in
- A three-year program
Subjects in Bible, Doctrine, Personal Envangelism, Church
History, etc. may be taken through this home study depart-
Accredited member of the Accrediting Association of Bible
Institutes and Bible Colleges, collegiate division.
Approved by Veterans Administration for training of vet-
erans under Public Laws 16 and 346.
Listed by the U. S. Department of Justice for the training
of foreign students.
CONGRATULATIONS. 49' ers
GOD BLESS YOU AS YOU SHARE YOUR
RESPONSIBILITY OF GATHERING
THE RIPENED HARVEST !
Special Congratulations to graduates
Carol Sipp and Billy Evans
MEMBER OF THE MISSIONARY CHURCH ASSOCIATION
7th and High Streets Hamilton, Ohio
Roy D. Ramseyer, Pastor
Organized 1939 Joined M. C. A. 1944
Dial 1450 -- Sunday 10:30 A. M. - "The Calvary Hour"
Making Christ Known
The Missionary Church
Fort Wayne, Indiana
"Conquering through Christ"
Hollywood Missionary Church
Max E. Applegate, Minister
Curdes Ave. Missionary Church
John Caddy, Minister
Northside Missionary Church
C. B. Vollmar, Minister
Congratulations Class of '49
May God's Choicest Blessing be
yours as you labor faithfully for
Floyd F. Klotzbach
You, the Graduating Class of 1949, for the achievement
of another milestone in your preparation for Christian service ;
The Light Tower Staff for a job well done;
Your Faculty and Administration, which compares favor-
ably to that of any Christian College in the land, for their scholar-
ly, yet spiritual contribution to your Christian education and
future success in the Lord's vineyard !
The First Missionary Church
J. Pritchard Amstutz, Minister
The Sunday School addition which was recently dedicated,
now provides room and conveniences for various departments
of the church. The addition which consists of thirty-three
rooms will be used by the Sunday School, the Summer Bible
School, the Youth Fellowship Groups, and the Ladies Miss-
ionary Circle. The church office and a radio studio is also
found in the new building. We solicit the prayerful interest
of our many friends as we continue the work of spreading
the Gospel message.
Rev. Clayton Steiner, Minister
THE MISSIONARY HOUR
Now In Its Nineteenth Year
The First Missionary Church and Sunday School
Rudisill at South Wayne
FORT WAYNE, INDIANA
The Sunshine of this ''day - " of grace casts a shadow-
across the sun-dial of this dispensation. The time ?
It's much later than many people realize. It must soon
be night time . . . when man can work no more.
There is so much work to do, yet so little time in which
to do it!
We wish to remind each of you -- both student body
and faculty members -- that our earnest prayers and
best wishes accompany you as preparations are made
for the spiritual harvest ahead.
m. oh. m
Webster and McBean Street in Peoria. Illinois
ESTEY ORGANS FOR
For Mission Fields — For Home Work
Wherever Music Is Wanted
Organs Packed for Shipment
E. G. Dilgart
The First Missionary Church
Armin C. Steiner, Minister
I. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
Member of North Central Association
of Colleges and Secondary Schools
High Scholastic Standards, Evangeli-
cal Christian Foundation
Strong Pre-Professional Emphasis
Teaching, Medicine, Dentistry, Nurs-
ing, Engineering, Agriculture, For-
II. BIBLICAL SEMINARY — Graduate
Prepares for Ministry, Missions, Gen-
eral Christian Service
Course Includes Practical Work in
Sunday Schools, Missions, Boys and
Girls Clubs, Visitation
Affords Opportunity to Live and Study
with Foreign Students
Ernest E. Miller, President
"The Missionary Church
Humboldt Park Gospel Tabernacle
1515 N. Homan Ave. Chicago 51, Illinois
REV. GEORGE HEWITT, Pastor
These doors open to Liberal
Arts, Fine Arts, Teacher Train-
ing, Theological and Pre-Pro-
fessional courses. Wholesome
environment, good communi-
ty, opportunities for self-help.
A constantly growing student
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In knowledge, in grace, in poise, in devotion, in a total
college situation conducive to the best.
To serve a needy world, as ministers, teachers, doctors,
lawyers, dentists, social workers, missionaries.
/ Taylor University is distinctly Christian. Appealing to
faculty and students who desire a clean living environ-
ment in which to learn and to enjoy ALL of their college
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